BAN vs SL Match Officials for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 

BAN vs SL Match Officials for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 are discussed below in detail. In the ongoing ODI World Cup, Bangladesh (BAN) and Sri Lanka (SL) will play their 38th encounter. On Monday, November 6, the game will take place in Delhi at the Arun Jaitley Stadium.

The team captained by Shakib Al Hasan is coming off six straight losses. They have only won one game in the competition and are presently ranked ninth in the ten-team standings. The Bangla Tigers’ most recent loss was against Pakistan, where they were ousted from the competition after losing by seven wickets.

On the other side, Sri Lanka has lost to Afghanistan and India in consecutive games. Their most recent match against India ended in a humiliating 302 run loss due to a lacklustre performance by the batsmen.

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BAN vs SL Match Officials

BAN vs SL Match Officials for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 are discussed below in detail:

  • Richie Richardson (referee)
  • Richard Illingworth, Marais Erasmus (on-field)
  • Nitin Menon (tv umpire)
  • Adrian Holdstock (4th umpire)
  • Russel Arnold, Ramiz Raja, Waqar Younis, Kumar Sangakkara, Simon Doull, Katey Martin, Anjum Chopra, Ian Bishop, Mpumelelo Mbangwa and Sanjay Manjrekar (Commentators) 

Arun Jaitley Stadium Pitch Report: 

Hitters typically have an advantage on the surface at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium. Due to the surface’s small borders and dry conditions, hitters can readily hit boundaries. As the play goes on, the ground will turn dry, at which point the spinners will receive help. The team that wins the toss will probably bat first to protect their total based on past performance records.

Weather Report for Delhi

On November 6, the weather in Delhi is predicted to stay dry and sunny. Rain is not expected to have an impact on Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka in the ODI World Cup. It is predicted that the temperature will range from 17 to 30 degrees Celsius, with a humidity of 47 to 63 percent. The 50-over match will be played with a wind speed of approximately 5–6 km/h.

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